Yet another shout-out to the "hostesses" of Toronto restaurants: Please don't stand there looking pretty while your guest struggles to pull out the table to sidle into the banquette. It would be much more welcoming if you were to do this and then gently push the table back once your guest is seated. This seems to happen everywhere in Toronto. As I have said before, you won't be pretty forever - it's never too early to start exercising your cognitive side.
This restaurant has a great vibe to it, and the servers are very good and very busy. The food is inventive and tasty. My only quibble is that the vegetarian moussaka is a very small portion! Perhaps "moussaka" means "child's size" in Greek, but somehow I doubt it.
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